Its two important rookie cards will test your wallet, but adding a complete 1951 Bowman Baseball set to your collection just might be worth it.
From the earliest to the best-looking to the ones with historic synergy, a look at the best original Willie Mays cards.
Mickey Mantle called it quits on March 1, 1969, eighteen years after he first popped out of late season baseball card packs. It’s our eBay Card of the Day.
A 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle rookie card graded PSA 9 led the way as bidders kept prices for high grade vintage cards shooting upward in Memory Lane Inc.’s summer catalog auction.
Collectors attending the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago this week will be able to feast their eyes on one of the most remarkable high grade collections of rookie cards featuring members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, all of it coming to the auction block next month. The “Graham Collection”, pieced together by a […]
The Say Hey Kid Turns 82 on Monday and we’ve got a list of five Willie Mays cards worth buying.
A look at last week’s top selling vintage baseball cards on eBay. Would you believe…Sam Zoldak?
Got Mick? More collectors do after a stretch of sales involving Mickey Mantle cards from the 1950s. We track the big sale across the board this summer.
Someone wanted a Willie Mays rookie card really bad. A pristine ’51 Bowman card of the Sey Hey Kid highlighted Memory Lane’s spring auction. The PSA 9 graded card generated 57 bids and a final price of $79,500. With the company’s 17.5% buyer’s premium, the final price was $93,412. It’s believed to be a record […]